- Communal Entrance
- Double Bedroom
- Front & rear gardens
- Off street parking
- Excellent location
- Beautifully presented property
An absolutely immaculatly presented one bedroom ground floor flat forming part of this attractive traditional red sandstone building set within a sought after residential location.
Set in a highly sought after location close to both the Kay Park and the Dean Park Country Park the property is also close to the train station, bus station and the main motorway links giving access to both Glasgow, Ayr, and beyond. Local shops are nearby and Kilmarnock Town Centre is only a short walk away.
This lovely home is entered from the side of the building through a communal hallway and comprises of a reception hallway, good sized lounge with an inset dining area, a modern kitchen, ,a large double bedroom and the bathroom.
The property further benefits from off street parking and front and rear gardens.
Offering privacy the access to the communal hallway is from the side of the building and this gives access to the reception hallway.
7'7" x 3'5" (2.31m x 1.04m) approx
15'9" x 13'9" (4.81m x 4.24m) approx
5'8" x 5'7" (1.75m x 1.7m) approx
15'1" x 12'5" (4.53m x 3.78m) approx
11'1" x 3'4" (3.33m x 1.02m) approx
The property benefits from its own garden area to the rear and also has a front enclosed garden with a lawn.
The property is accessed from the side of the building offering privacy. There is also off street parking to the side and on street parking to the front.
The Kay Park and Dean Park Country Park are only a short walk away and local shops provide the necessary day to day requirements.
Kilmarnock also offers a good range of high street shops, supermarkets, including retail parks, cinema and leisure centre and all professional facilities.
There is an extensive choice of schooling available in Kilmarnock. Kilmarnock has 17 schools, 13 primary and 4 secondary. There is also a college with in the town, Kilmarnock College, formerly Kilmarnock Technical College.
The property is situated a short drive to the recently up rated and refurbished A77, M77 motorway link and all main arterial routes. This provides easy access for the commuter with links accessing in a Southerly direction towards Ayr and Girvan and the Ayrshire coast and in a Northerly direction toward Glasgow. The West Coast of Ayrshire is only minutes away.
Kilmarnock has a mainline rail station with a comprehensive service to Glasgow and the main west coast line south. Prestwick International Airport has regular and enhanced flight service flights to London, Dublin and the rest of Europe.
Ayr is 16 miles away and is Ayrshire's foremost town and as such offers a good range of high street shops, supermarkets, recreational and professional facilities. In addition there are a number of well-renowned restaurants.
Ayrshire is famous worldwide for golf with championship courses at Royal Troon, Prestwick and Turnberry (the venue for the Scottish open in 2009) and Colin Montgomery's new course at Rowallan Castle opened in the summer of 2009. There are two golf courses in the town, Annanhill Golf Course and Caprington Golf Course, which has both an 18 hole course and a nine hole course. Both these courses are council owned.